Downton Abby Tour in London

Become Lord or Lady Grantham for the day with other fans of the show by visiting Highclere Castle on the downtown Abby tour. Visit the filming locations used for the BAFTA award winning period drama on a small group Downton Abbey tour of locations. The mini coach tour has a maximum of 15 persons and includes your own guide plus a driver. This tour offer is simply the best option for any true Downton Abbey fan.

Where Is the Downton Abbey tour in London ?

Visit the Oxfordshire village used as Downton village and see the home of Matthew Crawley and where the church, village fair and hospital scenes were made and many more On the Downton Abbey tour !

The full day will start by departing from Gloucester Road in central London. Your first stop is in the charming village of Bampton, Oxfordshire. Many fans know this quiet rural location as Downton Village. Here your expert guide will take you on a slow-paced tour of village sites. See the exterior of Downton hospital, the village pub, and the former home of Matthew Crawley. You will be able to see the village green at the heart of many dramatic scenes.

The second part of the walking tour includes a guided visit to the exterior and interior of the local church. See the resting place of Matthew Crawley and where Mrs Hughes and Mr Carson tied the knot. All of these locations are great photo opportunities.

  • Duration 9 hours
  • Price : Adult (16 years+): £120 Child (Under 16): £90
  • Max group size of 15 person
  • Tour Inclusions: Professional guide and transport, Entry fees to Highclere Castle House and Gardens
  • Food for lunch can be purchased at Highclere Castle or you can bring your own lunch and enjoy afternoon tea in the beautiful grounds

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